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Sun Sep 1, 2013, 02:44 PM

Zeemike posted this video in another thread and I thought it deserved a thread of

its own. It is a full-length feature on THE SECRET LIVES OF CATS and is well worth the 58:49 seconds it takes to watch. It is fascinating.

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Reply Zeemike posted this video in another thread and I thought it deserved a thread of (Original post)
1monster Sep 2013 OP
arcane1 Sep 2013 #1
heaven05 Sep 2013 #2
japple Sep 2013 #3
1monster Sep 2013 #4

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Sun Sep 1, 2013, 02:49 PM

1. Thanks! I'm kicking to watch later.

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Sun Sep 1, 2013, 08:23 PM

2. I love cats

loving and independent, all at the same time. Wonderful buddies.

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Mon Sep 2, 2013, 10:33 AM

3. Thanks for posting this. It's a very interesting look at the cats in one village

in England. I was surprised to see that most of the cat's homes had cat flaps on their doors and could roam at will. In my neck of the woods, there would be possums, skunks, raccoons, and who knows what else coming in through those flaps. Guess there aren't too many predators in this village. It was interesting that some of the cats visited other cats' homes at night and ate their food! What a fun project.

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Response to japple (Reply #3)

Mon Sep 2, 2013, 01:10 PM

4. What was really interesting was the way that this study dispelled the myth that cats

were destroying the local wild fauna...

I have seven cats, myself, and I allow six of them to roam during the day, but bring them in at night. (The seventh is fifteen years old and has always been an indoor cat.) There are all kinds of predators out at night, great horned owls, raccoons, huge possums, and for about two years, a bobcat. That bobcat got a bunch of neighborhood cats before we even knew it was around.

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